Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Twisted Linguistics

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I'm doing Words Gone Wild today, the list of "words" culled from the, um, online literary offerings of various, um, authors. Is it just me, or shouldn't people who write stories and articles for public consumption via the Internet know slightly better than this? I know I can be something of a grammar and spelling grinch, and this just exacerbates it. Grrrr! If one is going to presume to write but doesn't know squat about spelling, use the dang spell checker! How hard is that?

hasseled
predicitng
suppossed
non-discrimatory
avaialable
inadequatley
victum
likelyhood
saturaday
ecurity
chosing
attrocities
judjement
convienent

7 comments:

G-Man said...

Sherry...
Avaialable is how they say available in the Say-Owth.!!!

Serena said...

Maybe so, Mr. G, but that ain't how we spell it in the Say-Owth.:)

puerileuwaite said...

This is why you need to go west; to avoid the conflict of "free versus non-free spell-checker states" and live a life of quiet Pug-servitude.

Serena said...

I don't do servitude, Pugsley, but I'm all over that free spell checker deal.;)

/t. said...

getting
a jump on TGIF

TGI(almost)F, SERENA JOY!

× × ×

/t.

/t. said...

getting
a jump on TGIF

TGI(almost)F, SERENA JOY!

× × ×

/t.

Serena said...

It'll be here very soon now, /t. Happy early TGIF!;)